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TH K WASHINGTON STANDARD, FRIDAY. MAY 12. 19JU
IT. fIAINIER'S FLOWERS
I'nequaled in Beauty, Number and
Luxuriance. Says Uncle Sam.
That the natural flower gardens of
Mt. Rainier national park surpass in
beauty of color, number of species
and luxuriance of growth, those in
any other alpine region of the world,
is a statement made by J. B. Plett, in
a pamphlet entitled, "Features of the
Flora of Mount Rainier National
Park," recently issued by the depart
ment of the interior.
"These (lower beds must be seen
and their fragrance inhaled," says
Mr. Flett, "before a full comprehen
sion of them can be realized. The
more one sees them, the more does he
realize their infinite beauty and the
full significance of the spiritual les
sons which these floral emblems
This pamphlet, which may be ob
tained from the Superintendent of
Documents, Government Printing Of
fice, Washington, D. C., for 25 cents,
contains well selected and finely print
ed pictures of the common flowers.
The publication recalls John Muir's
statement that in Mt. Rainier nation
al park "specimens of the best of na
ture's treasures have been lovingly
gathered and arranged in simple
symmetrical beauty within regular
The many friends of Governor
Lister are rejoiced at the an
nouncement that he is a candidate
for re-election. These friends are
not all Democrats by any means,
but include many from other par
ties and practically all who desire
a strong and clean man in the ex
ecutive chair of the state. His
election before was won by the
votes of Republicans, Progres
sives. Prohibitionists and others
outside the Democratic party and
it is believed that this year he will
draw strong support from the
same sources. Ilis administration
has been marked by strong and
fearless leadership and he has
stood uniformly for the right, as
he saw it, and for the safeguard
ing of the home from the inroads
of vice. Governor Lister deserves
the office again, because his pres
ent administration has been such
a decided success. He should be
re-elected because such faithful
ness deserves recognition; and he
should be re-elected because he
is the best man who has yet ap
peared for the office and another
term of such service is needed for
the moral uplift of the state.
For Sale—Black Jersey thoroughbred
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I County News 1
i •'« »X**!*»*• ♦*«♦*«
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morrow and
family spent Saturday in town visit
ing friends and relatives.
Miss K. Murray spent a few days
last week visiting her parents at Mc-
Miss K Brown was in the city Sat-
| Mr. J. Christy has accepted a po
sition in Tacotna.
' Mr. and Mrs. Ft. Weatherill and
son were in the city Saturday.
Mr. I). R. Helser and son Dan mo
tored to their summer home at Oyster
Mr. W. H. Archer was around tak
j ing tile school census this week.
Mr. G. Weaver was in the city Sat
Mr. A. McKay is making great im
provements on his ranch at Oyster
Mr. E. T. Young and daughter
I Edith and Mr. and Mrs. R. Weather
i ill and son Richard made the trip to
i Detroit 011 the launch Moose with
' Captain Pohl of Long Hranch Sun
' day, to visit Donald Young.
] Mrs. R. Weatherill and Miss E.
: Young called on Mrs. V. F. Young
Thursday of last week.
I Mrs. W. W. Kernodle called on
Mrs. J. A. Morrow Monday.
I Mr. P. Dancliffs was in the city
I Mrs. M. C. Simmons called on Mrs.
P. Parish Thursday.
Mr. J. Kelly spent a few days with
N. R. Weatherill this week.
Mr. N. O'Hare called at the Weath
erill home this week.
• • • •
Mr. Anderson and son William left
Saturday for Idaho, where they ex
pect to work in the mines.
Mrs. Diggs of Shelton is visiting
her sister Mrs. I. M. Noble.
The 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Titus fell while playing and
broke his arm. He was taken to
Olympia for treatment.
Mr. I. M. Noble has been quite sick
for the past week but is beginning to
C. C. Abbott was
tration clerk of the new precinct re
cently established as the Hunter's
The teacher and school children
cleaned off the school grounds and
set out trees and bushes the other
day, making a great improvement.
Mrs. Shultz and daughter Nellie
have returned to the ranch for the
* • • •
School will close May 27 with a
picnic near the schoolhouse.
Mr. Austin, an oldtime neighbor in
Minnesota, is visiting at R. A. Cook's
and expects to visit at Centralia and
Seattle before returning to the East.
Quite a number were out to Sunday
school Sunday. Mrs. Meek was
named superintendent, succeeding
Miss Sumarlidason who expects to be
gone the greater part of the summer.
Hay is growing and looking fine
after these nice spring showers..
Most of the residents of the neigh
borhood are planning to attend the
picnic and registering at South Union,
the voting precinct, May 17.
WILSON LEADS STRAW VOTE.
Lewis County Poll Shows President
Favorite of Farmers.
CHEHALIS, May 12.—A straw vote
conducted by P. C. Beaufort at his
office last week displayed surprising
ly the strength of President Wood
row Wilson in his candidacy for re
election when the vote was counted.
Mr. Beaufort asked all who enteredi
his office to vote and also called in j
many persons from the street, there
being an unusual nujnber of strangers
about the courthouse, owing to the
jury term that is being held.
When the ballots weer counted it
was found that Wilson had polled 48
votes, Roosevelt. 28. Hughes 14, Hoot
Ford 3, LaFollette 2, and Cummins
1. J. R. Buxton of C'entralia and S.
Hi-st of Chehalis acted as tellers. Mr.
Beaufort stated that quite a large
proportion of the votes were cast by
Howell Seeks He-election.
Secretary of State I. M. Howell has
formally announced his candidacy
for the Republican nomination to suc
ceed himself. Secretary Howell was
appointed to the office at the time
Samuel Nichols resigned pending the
investigation of the Insurance de
partment of the state, of which he
was the head. Governor M. E. Hay
named Howell to fill the vacancy.
Howell at that time was auditor of
Pierce county. Four years ago he
was elected to succeed himself.
COUNT VON ZEPPELIN
PLANS LO'iG FLIGHT
Proposes to Fly lo New York
at Close ot War.
It has I>ooll reported that Count Fer
dinand von Zeppelin lias set liis mind
upon making a trip to New York city
in one of lils own airships whenever
the cessation of hostilities will give
him an opportunity. In his opinion
the Zeppelin airship will soon be finite
able to make the Journey in view of the
Improvements that have been made.
Nearly all men of Inventive genius
have to sutler |>erlods of disappoint
ment, failure ami distrust before real
success is obtained. Ferdinand von
Zeppelin lias at last brought his work
to such triumphant completion that the
COUNT FERDINAND VON ZXPPZLIN.
kaiser has c?alled him the greatest Ger
man of the century. Por twenty year*
he bad nothing but failures.
The Zeppelin airship is today a won
der of the world, but tbe count knows
right well its limitations. But he be
lieves that It will develop into one of
the most remarkable and practical
conveyances of the near future. The
Zeppelins nre the terror of the Ger
man enemy in this war. with their
searchlights. wlrel<*s outfits, machine
guns and bombs. The count, who Is
seventy-seven, was a military attache
with the Union army during our civil
The civil war inspired Count Zeppe
lin with the idea of coming to this
country, and he served as second lieu
tenant with several of the Union gen
erals, and Grant gave him a special
permit to go anywhere within the Fed
He has always said that his first Idea
of the value of an airship and the pos
sibility of its construction came from
the constant ascents he was allowed
to make in Lowe's captive balloon,
from which observations were made
on the Confederate lilies.
Relic* of the Poet Among the Treasure*
of the Furness Library.
The only personal belongings of Wil
lin in Shakespeare in this country are a
pair of gloves which belonged to the
poet and which were presented by
.Fanny Kemble t<> the late Horace
Howard Furness, editor of the great
variorum edition of Shakespeare. Fan
ny Kemble received these gloves as a
precious legacy from her aunt. Mi's.
Slddons. to whom they were given by
Mrs. David (Jarrlck. wife of the fa
The gloves are preserved in a glass
case in the great Shakespeare library
which Dr. Furness collected during
a long and studious life at Linden
■hade, his country home at Walling
ford. Pa. Besides a number of early
folios and rare editions of Shakespeare
and lils commentators, there are many
relics in the library pertaining to great
Interpreters of Shakespeare, such as
Garrlck, Keen, Macready, Booth and
Irving, but the gloves are the only
actually personal Itelongiiigs of the
In some respects the Fumes* library
and collection Is the most remarkable
In the world. Its only rival Is the
Shakespearean library and museum at
Stratford on Avon. During, the great
Shakespeare celebration culminating on
April 23 next, the three hundredth an
niversary of Shakespeare's death, the
Funics* library and c ollection have a
IHX'iillar Interest for those who revere
the memory of the greatest bard of all
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